Up to 20 Legacy 600/650 business jets a year could be produced at Embraer’s assembly plant in Harbin, China, where the airframer currently builds ERJ-145s, believes analyst JP Morgan. Embraer and AVIC earlier this month announced an agreement to build the Legacy in Harbin, a compromise that averted a shutdown of the production line there altogether. Embraer has built ERJ-145s in Harbin since 2003, but is discontinuing production of the aircraft. JP Morgan estimates that the new Legacy ...

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